Manager: Barry Balls
Bio: Tropical Disturbance started with a love of reggae, rock and ska. Barry "Balls" Ertel wanted to start performing the songs he was writing with some other musicians. The members of the band have changed from the original line up back in 2009 but the music has endured. Bob Feckner has been with the... See Full BioMore Info
Tribesmen and Tribeswomen: Join us for this year's 11th B Brother event! Come and be a part of the "cargo culture". Help us recreate the conditions so that we may once again be blessed by bounty. Participation, costuming, and gifting are highly encouraged. $10 Donation at the door. RSVP now so we can plan on your arrival!!!! 2:00 - 3:00 Drum Circle 3:00 - 3:30 Sydney Hilton (Blueberry Stage) 3:30 - 4:30 John Clark Band (Blueberry Stage) 4:30 - 5:30 Troy Youngblood (Bougainvillea Stage) 5:30 - 6:30 Dylan Cowles and his Cronies (Blueberry Stage) 6:30 - 7:30 Chocolate Mushroom Gravy (Bougainvillea Stage) 7:30 - 8:30 Tropical Disturbance (Blueberry Stage) 8:30 - 9:30 Rob Peniak and Tony Frasca (Bougainvillea Stage) 9:30 - 11:00 Applebutter Express (Blueberry Stage) 10:00 - 10:20 "The Burn" Peace, Love, and Blueberries! FAQs Q: Is there a donation fee? A: To attend this full day, special event, we ask that you donate $10 at the front gate upon entry. Your donations go directly to support next year's Burning Brother! Q: How Should I Behave? A: Peacefully and Playfully. The Blueberry Patch exists to promote peace, love, creativity and joy for ALL. Physically, sexually, or verbally aggressive or destructive behavior will not be tolerated. We want everyone to feel safe and happy in our place of refuge. If you have any concerns or questions about this policy, please see your MC, a Patch representative sitting at the front gate, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to peacefully resolve this issue. Q: What can I bring? A: Food and drinks. In the summer, you may want to bring bug repellent. All musical instruments other than drums. (Sound ordinance restrictions) Costumes Chairs Toys Bubbles No animals other than assistance animals. No illegal substances. If you are found using them, we will have to ask you to leave. Q: Are Children Welcome? A: We love kids and children are welcome on both volunteer days and event nights. Be aware that this is a party atmosphere so bring your children at your own discretion. Those under 15 must be accompanied by an adult AT ALL TIMES. All Patch Pals under the age of 18 must leave by midnight. No underage drinking is tolerated, even if given by a parent. Q: Can I Vend? A: Besides the front gate donation, no money is exchanged, so for this event, no vending, thank you!
This is our 2nd year at this awesome event, we are on the main stage in front of the Gulfport Casino, this is fun for the entire family, Gulfport’s whimsical send off to summer, Surfs Up!!! check out their website for more details http://www.geckofest.com
Join TFSD at the Rev-Tribe Reggaefest at Gator's, put on by the Tampa Bay Musician's Co-op. The festivities will be held from 1-10pm with plenty of our favorite vendors. Trenchfoot Shindig plays at 6pm!
Tropical Disturbance will be on the main stage from 4-6 with originals and covers alike.